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Nickel Cadmium Battery NICA

Nickel Cadmium Battery NICA

Nickel Cadmium Battery NICA

Nickel Cadmium Battery NICA
Type: NBH 118 – 2
IEC 60623: KH118P
Code: 0810
Norminal voltage: 1,2V/cell, 1 battery: 02 cells

Nickel Cadmium Battery NICA

Type: NBH 118 – 2

IEC 60623: KH118P

Code: 0810

Norminal voltage: 1,2V/cell, 1 battery: 02 cells

 

Nickel Cadmium Battery NICA (SAFT )

comprising 20 cells (10 block ) type NBH188-2

rated at 188AHsupply c/w inter-cell connectors

 

Nickel Cadmium Batteries - Block Types 

• Nickel Cadmium Battery works by an electrochemical reaction between a Nickel positive plate and a Cadmium negative plate, immersed in a liquid alkaline electrolyte (potassium hydroxide). This reaction produces a nominal voltage of 1.2 volts per cell.

 

• An electrolyte solution of potassium hydroxide and a small amount of lithium hydroxide acts only as an ion transfer medium, delivering optimum performance without causing base material degradation. 

• The nickel plated steel bar terminal pillars are wedged to the plate bus bars and are internally threaded for bolting on connectors. The integrity of the viscoelastic seal between the cover and the terminal will ensure total containment throughout the life of the battery. 

• The high impact translucent polypropylene container cells are welded together by heat selaing to form a rigid block type and it is resistible to corrosion in wet and saline conditions, easy to assemble and allow full visibility of the electrolyte level, hence facilitating maintenance in operational applications.

 

Battery Design Features -

Fully welded internal construction of steel compnnents, Strong welded polypropylene containers as standard,

Flame retardant (UL94V0) welded containers, optional, Flip-top flame arresting vents as standard (UL recognised),

Operations over a wide range of temperatures -40°C to +60°C, Life in excess of 25 years in many applications,

Resistance to high temperature ageing. 

 

Nickel Cadmium Batteries - Block Types 

• Nickel Cadmium Battery works by an electrochemical reaction between a Nickel positive plate and a Cadmium negative plate, immersed in a liquid alkaline electrolyte (potassium hydroxide). This reaction produces a nominal voltage of 1.2 volts per cell.

 

• An electrolyte solution of potassium hydroxide and a small amount of lithium hydroxide acts only as an ion transfer medium, delivering optimum performance without causing base material degradation. 

• The nickel plated steel bar terminal pillars are wedged to the plate bus bars and are internally threaded for bolting on connectors. The integrity of the viscoelastic seal between the cover and the terminal will ensure total containment throughout the life of the battery. 

• The high impact translucent polypropylene container cells are welded together by heat selaing to form a rigid block type and it is resistible to corrosion in wet and saline conditions, easy to assemble and allow full visibility of the electrolyte level, hence facilitating maintenance in operational applications.

 

  

  • Battery Design Features -

Fully welded internal construction of steel compnnents, Strong welded polypropylene containers as standard,

Flame retardant (UL94V0) welded containers, optional, Flip-top flame arresting vents as standard (UL recognised),

Operations over a wide range of temperatures -40°C to +60°C, Life in excess of 25 years in many applications,

Resistance to high temperature ageing.